Konami has detailed the latest update for Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 that is planned for release later this week. According to the team, this patch includes a lot of changes which are based on its player feedback and range from the 2v2 fix to new goal celebrations. What’s the big improvement for 2×2 you ask? Well, apart from various tweaks, Konami has also implemented the option to allow gamers to switch players during the 2v2 (and 4v4) Community matches, a featured that was asked by its fanbase this whole time.
In addition, Konami has added new goal celebrations and improved player movements. These new celebrations are inspired by real players in real matches. The company has also tweaked the game’s AI in order to improve the overall gaming experience, thus allowing them more fluid and intuitive player movements.
Furthermore, goalkeepers have been improved and offside calls from the game’s referees have been further tweaked.
Last but not least, several issues in the game have been fixed to improve the whole game experience. These fixes include a matchmaking MLO issue occurring when a guest user was logged in, a better myPES communication and accessibility, several Online Pass issues, COM controlled substitution issues in Community matches and many more.
We’ll be sure to inform you when this patch goes live, so stay tuned!
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